Return to rule
A decade of crisis-era monetary policy is drawing to an end. What’s next? We might be on the brink of a return to ‘old-school’ policy rules abandoned in the wake of the Great Financial Crisis of 2008/09.
The ‘new’ norm
Policy rules suggest current policy rates are too low. When central bankers draw the same conclusion, rate hikes could come thick and fast. Forewarned is forearmed.
Narrow inflation targetting could be set to end as the era of prioritising price stability fades. That could lead to better decision-making even if some, like the Riksbank, might prove stubborn.
Date: October 18 2018
Time: 14:30 CEST
Duration: 30 minutes, including live Q&A
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